Singapore introduced new entry requirements for all travelers, excluding foreign nationals in transit and residents traveling through land checkpoints
The government of Singapore will require all travelers entering the country to submit a SG Arrival Card and health declaration form prior to departure, with the exemption of:
- Foreign nationals transiting through the country without seeking immigration clearance; and
- Residents traveling through land checkpoints.
These documents can be submitted up to three days prior to departure through the government's electronic portal. For further information on these requirements and the submission process, check here.
What are the Changes?
Singapore will mandate travelers entering the country to complete a SG Arrival Card and health declaration form prior to departure, excluding foreign nationals in transit and residents traveling through land checkpoints.
Continue to check the government of Singapore’s website and Envoy’s website for the latest updates and information.
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